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2 Alivë (Geëk Pack)
- Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
- Release Date: 2022-03-31
- Explicitness: cleaned
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 29
- Album Price: 11.99
- A Field Trip Recordings/Geffen Records Release; ℗ 2022 Geffen Records
Yeat comes alive with a new body of work titled “2 Alivë (Geëk Pack),” and it packs a punch, as you’ll find out presently.
For one who’s pretty new on the scene, Yeats comes with so much force with his new album that the world may want to pay close attention to his offerings.
The compilation shows an artist very much alive in a creative orbit all his own, diffusing messages of great sonic force to those who would listen.
“2 Alivë (Geëk Pack)” is significant not only because it’s the rapper’s first project of 2022 but also because it’s a project in which he manifests supreme confidence. Yeah, the champ might only just be getting started, but he already believes he’s better than the competition.
Do we share the same verdict? Oh, well, you may want to join us as we take a leap into the luminous orbit he’s created with his latest project.
It is not all the time that an artist unleashes a hefty 29 tracks in one album on an audience. Well, Yeats did just that, starting with “Poppin” and concluding with “Dub.”
Before that concluding jam, though, there’s “Outside,” “Real Six,” “Nvr Gaian,” “Luh Geëk,” “Rackz Got Me,” and several others.
While the tracks are many and play for almost two hours, there’s a reason not to worry about the length. First off, Yeat clearly took his time creating this compilation and spared the listener the drab breaks that make one want to give up in despair.
With this compilation, one only gets energised and affirmed. So no qualms.
|2||Outsidë (feat. Young Thug)||Yeat||3:50|
|6||Rackz got më (feat. Gunna)||Yeat||3:01|
|8||On tha linë||Yeat||2:34|
|14||Narcoticz (feat. Yung Kayo)||Yeat||3:49|
|17||Gëek high (feat. Ken Car$on)||Yeat||2:32|
|18||Luh m (feat. SeptembersRich)||Yeat||3:29|
|21||Big tonka (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)||Yeat||3:27|
|24||3G (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)||Yeat||2:50|
|28||Luv monëy||Yeat & Lancey Foux||3:34|
For a compilation of 29 tracks, it was a pleasure that Yeat wasn’t heavy on the guests. The album is, after all, his little world, and he’s supposed to be a king in there. He is.
The songster worked with Young Thug, Gunna Yung Kayo, Ken Car$on, SeptembersRich, Lance Foux, and Lil Uzi Vert, who had the most feature time of the guests on the album.
Still, Yeat left no room for doubt that he’s the rapper in charge. The other musicians are mere ancillary pillars, although they might be preeminent.
An album of 29 tracks should hold enough songs one should be able to fall in love with. And that’s the case with Yeat’s latest body of work. While there are many songs on the project that peeps might fall in love with, a few resonate with us near instantaneously.
“Poppin,” the first song in the compilation, is instantly appealing and should speak to the spirit of just about anyone who appreciates, or revels in, the good life and a good time. Don’t be surprised if you should find yourself popping after listening to it.
“Just Better” is another winning tune – for us. The audacity of the message, the iron confidence of a youngster not letting street-side attacks get to him, is as memorable as you can imagine.
Several messages are embedded in Yeat’s first album of 2022. And if you’re a fan of the streets, you should be able to recognize them all.
Yeat, in this album, interrogates life, drugs, chaos, and the uncertainty of being bound by them all. He also dwelled on relationships and love. It’s a mixed bag, but there should be little — if any at all — when the body of work would have played out.
Born in Oregon, Yeat is only 22 at the time of writing. However, he possesses so much rap energy that it’d be the ultimate injustice to write him off. His new album is a testament of power and of faith – an exultation in optimism and courage.